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Dec, 2019

2019 ASA Guidelines for the Early Management of Patients with AIS

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The American Stroke Association (ASA) has released its Guidelines for the Early Management of Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS): 2019 Update to the 2018 Guidelines for the Early Management of Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Guideline for Healthcare Professionals. The updates contain general recommendations based on the currently available evidence to guide clinicians responsible for acute ischemic stroke patient management. The target reader would be, according to the AHA, prehospital…

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Nov, 2019

2020 American TeleHealth Association Conference

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ATA2020 is where healthcare providers, clinicians, business professionals, and leaders from a variety of health and technology sectors come together to discuss and plan the future of telemedicine. Attendees will look at telehealth and the issues, technologies, concerns and aspirations that affect its impact on the emerging medical model. After they connect, educate, and discover together, attendees will return to their organizations armed with knowledge and contacts not available anywhere…

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Jun, 2019

Cultural Readiness: How Hospitals Can Prepare for Telemedicine

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If you are keeping up with health industry news, then you are aware that telemedicine has become commonplace in hospitals, particularly TeleStroke and TeleNeuroHospitalist rounding. As more and more hospital administrators face increased stroke cases and a shortage of neurologists on staff, every medical facility needs responsive solutions to keep up with its competition and prevent expensive patient transfers and possible financial distress. As the introduction of telemedicine services begin,…

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May, 2019

A Good Night’s Sleep May Reduce Your Risk of Stroke

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Countless articles have warned us about the health dangers of not getting a good night’s sleep: weight gain, irritability, even heart disease… the list goes on and on. What you may not know is that sleep deprivation may be connected to a higher risk of stroke. To find out more about the possible connection between stroke risk and lack of time spent on the pillow, we reached out to Dr.…

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